We're finding it hard not to sympathize with the guy on this one, because we've never caught a ball of our own. Still, we're always up for a public shaming.
David Wright, as players are wont to do, softly lobbed a dead ball toward 10-year-old Ethan Edelman. In swooped Mike Terry, who showed impressive extension in snatching the ball just as it was about to hit Edelman's glove.
This one's got a happy ending, at least. Terry, no monster, gave the ball to his 3-year-old son (who, being younger, has a better claim on it than Edelman.) Wright saw what happened, and next inning, brought balls for both kids. David Wright's balls for everybody!